Discovery the Stories and Work of New England Makers.
At Rivet it is our mission to connect maker's with their local communities. It is this connection of people through passions that really drives us. Browse this directory of deeply talented New England based makers, we hope you find new artists you become passionate about supporting.
Peace House Studio is a sustainable children’s clothing company started in Bath, Maine by Nick and Kate Bergmann. They strive to create quality children’s products and establish a culture of reuse.
The Tragic Whale specializes in sewing whimsical high-quality bags with zippers made to last. She also now offers custom fabric designs!
Olim Clay Co. jewelry is handcrafted in Boston, MA and thoughtfully designed with small details from the natural world. Each piece pairs the versatility of polymer clay with the durability of long-lasting metals so that you can take your love of the outdoors with you wherever you go.
Sarah B makes stylish yet functional bags and accessories that are built to last by incorporating better materials such as natural cotton and waxed canvas. She hand prints designs for the products using eco-friendly water-based inks.
A Yummy Life is a handmade skincare line created by Yuma Haidara in New Hampshire. This line, originally created to support her own sensitive skin and battle with Ezcema, is created with natural and organic ingredients for glowing, firm and hydrated skin.
Jeweler and artist, Amy Vander Els, pairs classic aesthetics with experimental designs to create modern pieces that are playful and fresh, yet still timeless. Amy first launched her line in 2014 and crafts each one of her pieces by hand out of her mill studio in Amesbury, Massachusetts.
As an illustrator with a flair for nostalgia and a love for the outdoors, Kat Maus creates illustrations that celebrate natural spaces. Her illustrations connect fellow outdoor enthusiasts with the places they love, from far away mountains to the parks in their own neighborhoods, and allow them to bring home a little slice of these special places.
Flux Jewelry Studio is owned and operated by Carly Cooke. In her sunny studio on the coast of Maine, Carly spends hours twisting fine wires, forming small beads of metal, and engraving each piece. These small handmade details are what create a special heirloom quality in Carly's jewelry.
Erica's designs share influences from both the antique puritan and minimal modern aesthetic, creating a piece that is comfortable & pleasing to use while the exposed construction & marks of the tools used to make the piece share the intimate sense of time, transparency, and ritual shared between the maker, user, and object.
On the Road Again minimizes waste streams with their fashionably upcycled bags. These handmade goods are re/designed for adventure.
Mayhewn creates modern concrete home decor with major hygge vibes. Think candle holders, jewelry dishes, wall hooks, and whatever else the founder, Erin, can dream up.
StreetLather creates soy wooden wick candles and soaps from natural materials. From moon lake musk to black sea to lemon lavender she has the right scent for the moment.
Judi Jorge creates original work as well as commissioned graphite and acrylic art. Her emphasis is on giving her clients a quality piece of art at an affordable price. Whether it is for your own home or a gift, she will capture your moments for a lifetime of enjoyment.
Baublebee creates handmade, lightweight, polymer clay accessories, sold weekly on Etsy. Made with love in Portland, Maine.
This maker business was born out of a desire to constantly explore new techniques and create items from scratch for the home, one’s self, and the kitchen. Items are one-of-a-kind handmade pieces that hope to inspire users to express their truest selves.
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